Monday: Cloudy in the AM, becoming partly cloudy by the PM. Winds: SW 5-10 mph, High: 83 (80-85)
Monday night: Mostly cloudy with a 60% chance of showers, a storm is also possible. Winds: Light SW, Low: 64 (62-66)
Tuesday: Cloudy with an 80% chance of showers and storms. Heavy rain possible. High: 76, Low: 62
Those clouds will continue to be around into the morning Monday, though they leave as winds pick up from the southwest. This return flow will push more moisture into the region, all while temperatures hop back into the 80’s. An open wave will be approaching as well, with a low pressure center riding along this flow. Trends are keeping rain back until late on Monday night, but lately these systems have been arriving a little earlier at a faster speed. As such, rain chances just up Monday night, with showers likely after midnight.
Overall the dynamics with this system will be pretty decent, and the potential for pockets of heavy rainfall is something we’re keeping an eye on. The moisture will definitely be available, it all depends on the instability for any storms that develop. Poor drainage flooding in the short term is a definite possibility. The good news is, this system heads to the east fairly quickly, drying us out into Wednesday. Highs bump back into the 70’s with warmer lows in the 60’s during this time.
Weak pieces of energy keep isolated rain chances around on Thursday, but by next weekend high pressure once again sets us up with a beautiful weekend. We’ll also be warming up a bit for the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open, with highs back into the 80’s.